Cranmoor House in Wrottesley Park Road, Wrottesley near Wolverhampton, is a former farmhouse that now makes a perfect family home.

Built of attractive, rustic brick, it provides extensive accommodation over three storeys.

The elegant, double fronted building has recently undergone a comprehensive scheme of refurbishment at the hands of a highly skilled craftsman.

Unusually for a house this close to the centre of Wolverhampton, there is a large amount of land surrounding it with 7.5 acres available to buy through separate negotiation.

Inside the property has a hall with quarry tiled floors, a ceiling beam and a door into the well appointed cloakroom with storage.

In the drawing room there is oak flooring, French doors to the front with beautiful views and a solid fuel burning stove standing on a limestone hearth.

A comfortable sitting room has a central ceiling beam, windows to the front taking maximum advantage of the views and a raised fireplace with inset beam.

The fine kitchen diner provides an ideal family space.

In the well appointed kitchen area there are a range of shaker style cream units with butchers block working surfaces and coordinating centre island with under mounted ceramic sink, a professional Falcon range set within an inglenook style recess, an integrated dishwasher, wicker trays, integrated ceiling lighting, original ceiling hooks and ceiling beam.

The kitchen leads to a family room which has a solid fuel burning cast iron stove standing on a quarry tiled hearth.

Beyond this is the dining room where there is vaulted, beamed ceiling and French doors to the garden.

There are more ceiling beams to the galleried first floor landing.

The principal suite has a double bedroom with windows to the front and magnificent views, a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and cupboards, and a well appointed en suite shower room with fully tiled corner shower, contemporary wash basin, toilet, tiled floor and Travertine mosaic style tiled walls.

 

The second bedroom has windows to three sides, a ceiling beam and a cast iron fireplace with brick hearth.

The third also features an old fireplace with cast iron grate and brick hearth.

In the family bathroom there is a large shower, free standing roll top bath, twin basins, contemporary vanity and toilet, painted wooden flooring and painted rafters.

The second floor has another landing with ceiling beams.

Here there is a fourth bedroom with charming exposed truss and beams, a roof light and storage, Bedroom five has ceiling timbering and a roof light.

They are served by a shower room with, basin and toilet, wooden flooring and ceiling beam.

Cranmoor House has driveways to both the front and back.

The sweeping gravelled driveway to the front door widens through the front gardens where there is a lawn with large natural pool and large and well stocked beds.

At the back is a walled courtyard with gravelled parking for many cars, a shaped rear lawn, large patio with old brick built pig sty and an oak and tile rear verandah with log store.

Cranmoor is one of a number of residences forming a small hamlet on the periphery of the Wolverhampton conurbation.

It lies close to the South Staffordshire borders and within easy reach of the comprehensive and wide ranging shop and leisure facilities provided by Codsall, Tettenhall and the Perton shopping Centre.

There is also excellent schooling and easy access to the motorway network.

VIEWING INFORMATION

AGENT: Berriman Eaton

TEL: 01902 747744

WEB: www.berrimaneaton.co.uk

GUIDE PRICE: £795,000